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Puerta Vallarta is a busy tourist town, but there are still some cosy haunts and deserted beaches to be found. With new companions and seemingly endless days of sunshine, this was the perfect spot to spend my last few days by the sea. After leaving my Mexican family in Guadalajara, I hopped on a bus to Puerto Vallarta. The bus was actually the best bus I'd been on in Mexico; the kind with fully reclining seats that I was used to in Argentina and Chile and dreamed of on ...
... to a Canadian solar panel company (AS Solar) started by a guy from Toronto, Ian. Just so happens one of my best buddies, Rob, works for this company in Toronto, but also sometimes in Mexico, so we worked it out that we would be here at the same time and I was invited to stay at the compound.
My second day here, December 31, I ate something bad and started getting sick. The usual
traveller's diarrhea ...
... After it was packed up we got a taxi back to the resort. So far it has been a long day.
The resort was having a Caribbean night on the beach so we decide to there for supper. The food was all right but lacked in vegetables. The entertainment was good; lots of Latin dancing and excellent colourful costumes. When it was all over we went back to our room. Ann went to sleep and Dave tried to watch a movie but found he was too tired. The end of another great day in ...
... few Americans are traveling and that has really hurt Mexico.
So if you can travel here. You should. It's beautiful, safe, fun and the people are HAPPY, helpful and sweet.
We got dropped off at our hotel's front door and when I gave Andres his tip, I also gave him two Catholic medallions I was holding. One was St. Christopher/St. Francis and the other St. Anthony and someone else. They are little medallions I travel with to keep me safe (always ...
the campsite. They love their cute little suite. We finished the
evening off sitting around a fire at the beach having cerveza's and
tostadas and sharing stories with some of our neighbors. Mom and Dad
really enjoy it here. Yup, Mom and Dad like Mexico too!
You have to look at our set up here.
It comes with a little gazebo, patio, and we're surrounded by
gorgeous plants ...
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